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BB Row vs. Yates Row

palumbus1217

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ill just get to the point....who has done/does both..which do you prefer or like beter and why
 

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Yates row. You can pull more weight and it really hits the rear delts like nothing else. both are good by I would personally go with yates
 

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I personally feel very, very weak with an underhand grip. If that's what you're referring to as a Yates row, I'd skip it. He did! After tearing his bicep, he went to an overhand grip. It's not a magic row.

Take a look at Mountaindog's videos on youtube. Do you see him using fancy grips? NOPE. He uses different angles of pulling. For grip, you want the maximal amount of pulling ability.
 

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I like two hand overhand with straps. Angle wise I like to be a bit more upright then the traditional row and pull bar to belly. That said I think 1 arm db rows are better then barbell versions.
 

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I have a hard time with under handed grips. It kills my wrists every time. If I am doing a straight bar then it will be over hand. But I do realize you need to attack the muscle from different angles. So for this reason I do use a under hand approach BUT I use dumbbells when I do this. Allows my wrists to my move independent of each other, as supposed to being locked in by a straight bar. (it works for me)
 

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